Made a batch to take on a weekend camping trip. I froze them beforehand and they freeze well. What a hit, everyone was asking for the recipe. Make sure you have a deep, large pan to cook it in, it makes a lot!
Was worried how these would turn out after freezing and then re-heating, however, that is a non-issue. These are great and easy to grab on the way out the door. Be sure to follow the directions given on cooking the hash browns and try mixing up with your favorite breakfast ingrediants as I did. Trying to keep up with ahealthy lifestyle I used turkey sausage; fat free shredded cheddar; egg beaters; Healthychoice deli ham chopped; fat free tortillas and Pam (as well as onions, etc). Came out great. Made about 15 burritos 2 weeks ago. With two in our house we are down to 3 left. I'll be making another batch soon!
I skipped the sausage because I didn't have any on hand. Now I realize the sausage provides the flavor and moisture-I will add it in next time! If you decide not to use sausage I suggest you add salt, pepper or other seasonings. I reduced the ingredients to make 18 burritos and found this recipe is very easy to work with. Next time I may skip the potatoes (seemed too dry). My family liked the 1 Tsp. salsa per burrito I added (next time I'll add a little more). When reheating in microwave I found 3 min. WAY too long but 1 to 1 1/2 min seems better.I will make this again because my husband is able to grab one and heat up for breakfast on his way out the door. My family gives this recipe 2 thumbs up!
It was okay. The idea is good but the potatoes seemed to make it dry and the tortillas were hard even after trying to rotate it halfway thru the cooking time. I'll probably make again but without the potatoes and add some green chilies & peppers to add some moisture.
I omitted the bacon since we're not big meat eaters. I agree that the texture is not as great as fresh, but it's worth the convenience. In these days, who couldn't use breakfast on the run?
It's great to have a high protein breakfast at the ready. The texture isn't as great as a fresh burrito, but the convenience makes it worthwhile. I made 1/3 of the recipe and it filled my 10 inch skillet. I also think if I make these again I'll use more salsa.
These were really good, mine needed more salsa, I cut the recipe in half and used 3/4 a cup, but next time i'll use more. GREAT RECIPE!! I'll make these alot
First, my husband said these were great tasting, but a little dry. Next tim,e I will add more cheese and omit the green chilles as he said he could not taste those at all. I made them in a 3 quart pot and it all fit perfectly. I did not buy enough 12 inch burritos, so I ended up using 8 - 8 inch and 13 - 12 inch for a total of 21 burritos. I didn't fill them overly, so I'm not sure how I was supposed to get 24 - 12 inch burritos. I'll definitely be making these again!
These are the perfect answer for those mornings when you want to have something special to offer and time is short. Great to have on hand for weekend company. That they taste terrific and everyone loves them is a bonus. I make half a recipe at a time and do vary the fillings ... sometimes bacon, sometimes ham and always a good low fat sausage. As you can guess this review is long overdue! Thank you for sharing a recipe that my family enjoys.
So good. I just finished a bash and split one with DH. He said excellent. I left out the potatoes and added some tabasco sauce and salt and pepper. Planned on putting in some green onions but I forgot. These will be so great to heat up and eat in the RV when we are on the road.